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Maker: Land & WaterThis cartoon was published in 'Land and Water' 4 December 1915, in London, and comments on the German idea that the East had been made to take the place of Paris, Calais and Petrograd, Russia as the '...
Maker: Daily NewsDepicts the cartoon published in the London 'Daily News', 26 October 1915, commenting on the execution of Edith Cavell, a British nurse accused by the Germans of being a spy. The slumped and bloodied ...
ArtDepicts two figures, either Kaiser Wilhelm II and Emperor Franz Josef or 'Germania' and Wilhelm. The thin, elderly figure on the right may also represent the declining Austro-Hungarian empire gazing ...
Maker: Daily SketchThis cartoon was published in 'Daily Sketch', London, 8 May 1916, on the anniversary of the sinking of the SS Lusitania, in effect blaming the government of the United States for the sinking and death...
ArtDepicts a large hand rising up from underneath the sea to grab a sinking and on fire ship. In the background another ship can be seen about to be grasped by a hand rising out of the water. The cartoon...
ArtDepicts a forlorn looking Kaiser Wilhelm II, wearing formal attire and a hat, crying and clasping hands with a hairy, two horned beast. The cartoon was published in the 'Daily Sketch', London, 10 Apri...
ArtDepicts an image of the German Kaiser, in full uniform, wearing a helmet and cape, reading the London newspaper 'The Daily Epileptic'. Standing next to him is a gentleman wearing a manacle holding a b...
Maker: The Herald & Weekly Times The Herald & Weekly TimesPoster depicting two ghost like soldiers, seated at Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, their backs to the sea. The poster was reproduced as a souvenir in the 'Herald', Melbourne, on Anzac Day, 1927. Will Dyson wa...